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. at least i will not repeat off on federal flood insurance provide to collect medicare that is a pyramid scheme like social security and i will collect that. government guaranteesa savings accounts, money-market and my farm if i had one. then obamacare everywhere politicians are for guarantees that seem to make us safer but they destroy personal responsibility. they invite people to be reckless. when i confronted beach homeowners they yellow me they say we produce jobs for chefs and waiters. give me a break fattest as dumb as vice president biden saying this. >> we have to spend money from going bankrupt? yes. john: spend to keep from going bankrupt. that money comes from somewhere. by their logic we should go around
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